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Help drive better health for truckies
Help us improve the health & wellbeing of truck drivers with a new program from the Driving Health Team at Monash University.
Video: How to get the most out of RTWMatters
An introduction to the resources available with tips on how to get the most out of your subscription
Doctor, patient, insurer: The impossible triangle
An interview with psychiatrist Dr Joe Dunn on improving relationships with doctors, and some of the other complexities of the patient, doctor, insurer interaction.
Video: Understanding discs
Disc bulge, disc degeneration, disc protrusion. Terms that worry patients, most of the time unnecessarily.
Why train supervisors and line managers in return to work?
A Powerpoint presentation on the whys and wherefores of supervisor training in RTW management.
Rotator cuff troubles - video presentation
Shoulder problems are the second most common work-related musculoskeletal problem. Here's an overview of rotator cuff conditions, the most common cause of shoulder problems.
Video presentation: Standing workstations
Standing workstations can create problems. We look at how you can minimise these issues and provide a better workplace.
Video presentation: Psychosocial ergonomics
Job design includes the physical layout, AND how jobs fit the person's psyche. Deadlines, flexible work practices, control, and workplace culture need to be addressed to prevent and manage physical and mental health problems.
Video presentation: Introduction to ergonomics
This introduction to ergonomics introduces the basic principles of ergonomics and why you'd want to address it at the workplace.
Video presentation: Seated workstations
Seated workstations are not complicated to set up well. We cover the basics so you can help others avoid problems.
Video presentation: Participatory ergonomics
Combining ergonomics WITH participation opens up a treasure load of possible solutions.
Webinar: Back Pain and Return to Work
Back pain accounts for a large proportion of injury claims, and a higher proportion of long term disability. Medical issues are important, but how the workplace deals with the employee has a greater impact on outcomes.
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Career advancement - learning about the PIEF
The Personal Injury Outcome Foundation (PIEF) enables claims and RTW Coordinator training. Nathan Clarke, Executive Manager, talks about PIEFs approach and offers.
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Self-managing pain — websites and other tools for healthcare and RTW practitioners
Not everyone with persistent pain conditions can access specialised pain services. How effective are websites as a tool to help them manage their pain?